|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
Page 2 The Tfumderbird Monday, November 21, 1983 Z 3 ABC ABC ABC ABC 33S ABC ABC ABCg-gab- c abc al abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abc The ABCs of opening a business PREBUSINESS WORKSHOP Utah State College. Old Saturday. December 3 from 8 45 to 4 00 p m at Southern Administration Building. Room 204 Registration is SIO Contact Harry Swanson at for further information This workshop is intended for people interested in going into business or who have been in business for one year or less It will acquaint prospective owners with the basic requirements and factors to be considered in running a business The following Sources of Capital, Forms of Business topics will be covered Financial Factors and Business Records Organization. Marketing Regulation, Taxes and Insurance, r CJ abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abc abcfli abctt ttabB Q) aoooKSM S USC debaters Kent Tasso and Sonya Smith were arch rivals during high school. Theyve mended the rift to debate together and take first place honors at the Barcley Forum Invitational recently at Emory University. Courtesy telephones returning Tuesday Night Special $1. 00 child - $2. 00 adult during November for any movie Next Midnight Movie Friday December 2nd Only $1.50 with Student ID Check Downtown Marquee For Shows inrjninmonmi Holiday Special AT YOUR COLLEGE STORE Save $25 on 14 K Gold College Rings Save $20 on Siladium College Rings Nov 21 - Dec 2 ininininininnini by Ethel Lyman ' The Black Student Union received funds Wednesday it had requested from the ASSUSC Senate. The Black Student Union Bill allocated $1000 to help bring a prominent black speaker, Martin Luther King III, to the SUSC campus as a Convocation speaker during Black History Week during winter quarter. According to information submitted to the senate by Stuart Riley, Black Student Union president, King will be addressing issues that pertain to all SUSC students and the community by promoting understanding, interest and cultural awareness of black people. Sen. Adrian Sampson said, A speaker of this high caliber will greatly enhance the students and the community as a whole. The senate unanimously passed a proposal to allocate $295 for public courtesy telephones in the Student Center and Library. The allocation will allow the telephones to be installed in December and be payed for until June of 1984. There was discussion as to whether or not to have phones in both the Library and Student Center. "Its a good idea to have phones in both places in order to provide the necessary service for students, said Sen. Theron Jensen. The SUSC Soccer Club will receive an allocation of $500 to provide funds for the clubs travel, uniforms and equipment. The club plans to compete against other schools throughout the region. Soccer Club President Scott Mitchell said, The soccer club can gain exposure throughout the region and develop a name where SUSC currently has no representation. The bill packet designed by the resource committee is complete. Senate President Jeff Maxwell noted that the senators will look over the copy given them and look for errors in content and grammar, and necessary corrections or changes will be made. The packets will then be mass produced and the senate will distribute them to the heads of all the clubs and organizations, he said. The ASSUSC Senate is considering a proposal that would allocate $300 to the Youth Friendship Services program. The proposal was passed but the senate voted to reconsider the bill and post it for another week. If passed, the allocation would provide funds for the clubs identification cards and activities. The Youth Friendship Services program is similar to the Big Brother, Big Sister program, only better, said Linda Kudlik, Youth Friendship Services president. The volunteers in the Youth Friendship Services are given pictured identification cards. Various businesses in the city have agreed to give discounts to the cardholders and their little brothers or sisters when the IDs are presented, Kudlik said. The volunteers in the program meet at least once a week with their friends and on a monthly basis with the entire group of volunteers and youth involved for activities. Kudlik said the activities range from roller skating to doing service projects for the community. We do anything we can to help these kids. The program not only helps the children, but more so the volunteers. The volunteers become better people and open doors for new horizons to the kids. Three clubs receive charters In executive council meeting last week three clubs were presented to be chartered. The Black Student Union, Youth Friendship Services, a organization; and the Soccer Club The three were voted upon and passed with the stipulation that the new organizations have a represenative present at ASSUSC clubs and organizations presidents meetings, otherwise the charters will be revoked. Whether the clubs receive the funding they have requested will be decided by the senate. Several student body represenatives visited other campuses last week to learn how other student governments function. ASSUSC President Mark Wade said that he felt the trip was very worthwhile. We found out that a lot of student leaders at other schools are getting much more financial backing than we do. We also found out that the advisers up there really recognize their role as advisers. We have a good outline of different forms of government to reorganize our constitution. We may not reorganize our government or we may completely reorganize it, said Wade.